It's not that I date only Eastern Europeans, but that I was actually in that country at that time and that's how I met these people.
Regarding the priests, the Orthodox priests are from a monestery in the capital city and I can't really have much contact with them through Internet or phone. I am suposed to go there but due to work duties I have been unable to see the priest.
I did talk to a "Novus Ordo" priest friend of my family and he was like "just accept it, that's how life is, you should forgive her, no one is perfect, don't judge her, you just think about yourself, it isn't really a big deal in our times".
I talked to a Traditionalist Roman priest too, and he said that "it's good to hate sin, the things she did really deserve the wrath of God, you should stay away from public sinners like her" and he also added that I myself do not live and act according to the moral standards I hold.
There's a Coptic Church near where I live, and the priest is known for his holiness and excellent councel. May I see him too?
I'm not really "that" Ecumenical but I wanted to have the opinion of religious pastors.
Dear Fr. Chris
I understand that it's wrong to feel hate, and as I said, I had never ever had a feeling like that until now. I even confronted her and told her exactly that, that I had never felt hatred until I knew that she's been with these men. I know it's wrong, I don't want to hate them but I don't understand why people can't understand how it feels. I mean, it feels horrible to know that the woman you love has been with others and to live with this for the rest of your life in case I ever marry this woman.
Maybe this is a matter of culture, for the average American this is most likely not the case but I'm a "country boy" from a small city who grew up with his grandmother.